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Census carolling at Dundas Square

It was a cold night, and the camera person had never used one before, but spirits were high as people gathered around Dundas Square to sing their hearts out for Continue Reading…

End homelessness in Canada in ten years: First glimpse at plans for powerful new national voice

Plans are underway for a powerful new national voice in Canada to end homelessness. Tim Richter from the Calgary Homeless Foundation recently delivered a Continue Reading…

'Good King Censusless': Carol sing for Canada's Long Form Census – Wednesday, 5.30, Dundas Square

As Christmas approaches, our thoughts once again turn to – surprise – Canada's long form census. This vital statistical tool is used by governments and Continue Reading…

The staggering health and financial costs of inequality – in Europe and in Canada

Inequality is bad for those lower on the income scale. It's also bad for almost everyone else, as Richard Wilkinson noted during his recent Canadian tour. More Continue Reading…

CCPA sits down with Richard Wilkinson

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives has long been tracking income inequality in Canada. They were able to sit down with author Richard Wilkinson during Continue Reading…

Age of Unequals at SFU, Video

Video from Richard Wilkinson's evening at Simon Fraser University's Centre for Dialogue on Dec. 13, 2010. Continue Reading…

Independent hunger panel calls for quick passage of national housing legislation

The Toronto Recession Relief Coalition's Hunger Inquiry has added its voice to the growing number across the country calling on federal Parliament to quickly Continue Reading…

Stunning: UforChange's Vivacity showcase has big first night

The first night of UforChange's Vivacity showcase at the Toronto Dance Theatre on Thursday evening was, quite simply, stunning. Additional showcases run Friday Continue Reading…

Canada's non-profit sector tops $100 billion in economic activity: Big and growing even bigger

Canada's non-profit sector - already the second largest in the world - now tops $100 billion in annual economic activity, according to the latest satellite Continue Reading…

Remembering the Rupert Hotel fire: Campaign for safe, healthy, affordable homes

A fire roared through the Rupert Hotel, a rundown rooming house in downtown Toronto's east end, on December 23, 1989. When the rubble was cleared, ten bodies Continue Reading…